A Meaningful Career at Boys’ Town
Do you wish to aid our cause in helping children & youth-in-need? Do you have skills and talents you feel are suitable for Boys’ Town? Or do you simply wish to join a warm, family-like working environment? You might have just come to the right place!
Below is a list of our current available positions. Please click on each title to find out more!
- The incumbent will be responsible to reunify children with their natural families in a safe and timely manner and to provide staff with professional/ clinical supervision.
- Leading and conducting case assessment and risk assessment for complex cases with high risk taking into account
the integration of a range of information independently
- Monitoring and reviewing case progress and evaluate the effectiveness of care/ case plans and interventions for
specific programmes/ domain expertise
- Preparing and/ or maintaining social reports and other documents for all cases
- Reviewing social reports and other documents prepared by social workers to ensure quality standard
- Fostering partnership with multi-disciplinary teams and/ or agencies to deliver care/ case plans and services
- Supervising and mentoring Social Workers in their professional development
- Providing guidance to the team for the development of standardisation of social work practice in the field
- Playing an active part in evaluation of the project and other therapeutic models and programmes
- Minimum Bachelor of Social Work / Masters in Social Work
- Accredited as a Registered Social Worker with the Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW).
- At least 8 years’ relevant working experience of which at least 4 years with experience working with at-risk
- 2 years of supervisory experience in the VWO/ NPO/ Social service sector
- Assess suitability for reunification and areas of intervention
- Create contact plans, facilitate and assess contacts to prepare child and family for reunification
- In-family coaching and support
- To work with stakeholders to ensure care and support for the CYP
- Face to face contact with the stakeholder/family and CYP on a weekly basis
- Data entry of all cases, track progress of cases, preparation of monthly report submission to relevant authorities
- Liaising with the relevant authority on relevant case matters
- Bachelor of Social Work / Masters in Social Work / Recognised Social Work qualifications from Singapore Association of Social Workers (SASW)
- At least 2 years’ relevant experience VWO/ NPO/ Social service sector
- Experience in working with children/CYP and their families
- To look into the well-being of the residents, maintain discipline and provide close supervision while on duty.
- To motivate and actively engage residents to participate in daily programmes and provide reports on programme outcomes.
- O/ NITEC/ Diploma in Counselling, Psychology.
- ≥2 years of relevant experience.
- Able to work on rotating shift including weekends and public holidays.
- Able to work independently and in a team, possess good interpersonal, communication and written skills.
- Demonstrate emotional maturity and genuine passion to work with young people.
- Assist in various adventure-based programs, workshops and related services for a wide range of clients.
- Assist in coordinating and preparing of adventure-based programmes and training materials including evaluation.
- Assist in preparing and submitting of programme reports and evaluations to relevant stakeholders.
- Support the growth of BTAC through the production of marketing tools and promotion of its programme.
- Work in collaboration and support with other BTAC instructional staff team to ensure smooth running of programme, providing technical support in a range of adventure-based activities which require additional instructional staff, as well as providing any necessary resource support for the programme.
- Ensure the organization of the stores and the accountability of all equipment.
- Ensure equipment functionality and maintenance for the purpose of providing safety for clients.
- Work evenings and weekends when required to resource the programme and meet demands of the job.
- Minimum Diploma holder
- SNCS level 1/ level 2 or higher, SNAS level 1/ level 2 or higher, SCF 1-star/2-star award or higher, with a valid first aid certification.
- Facilitation experience in ice breakers, team building/bonding games and problem based activities.
- Good communications skills in English (spoken and written)
- Comfortable with heights and in the water
- Physically and medically fit. The job may require you to led local and overseas expeditions which may involve trekking, climbing or paddling for long distances
- Has the passion to work with at risk youths
- To ferry clients to school daily and return
- Responsible for handling all maintenance works, repairs and projects
- To assist the Maintenance Officer to complete task that has been assigned to him by the Estate Manager
- Attend to feedback with regards to defect, breakdown, urgent rectification work as assigned by the Estate Manager or the Maintenance Officer on a daily basis
- Report to and provide feedback on a daily basis pertaining to maintenance or repair works to the Estate Manager
- To assist in keeping record on the daily maintenance or repair works that has been done for department record purpose
- Other ad-hoc duties may be assigned generally for the purpose of the well-being of Boys’ Town, such as collection of donation-in-kind items (e.g. office furniture, food items etc). and others
- To be of assistance to the Estate Manager when required
- To participate actively in all fundraising activities as well as any other commitments that Boys’ Town undertakes
- To work in close collaboration with other staff, department and components of Boys’ Town.<br><br>
- O Level/ Nitec in Building Facilities/ Building Technology/ Electrical or equivalent
- At least 2 years of relevant working experience.
- Possess class 3 license to drive van, car and lorry.
- Ability to do simple documentation/record keeping.
- Able to understand simple english (Written & Spoken).
- Physically fit and able to load and unload company items of at least 10kg.
- Ability to do count using basic math skills, good hearing skills.
- Good interpersonal and communication skills.
- Strong sense of responsibility, integrity, flexible and team player.
- Working hours: 9am to 6pm
- Working Hours during school term (if necessary): 6.30am to 3.30pm (Mondays to Fridays)